NAPSA Stars Football Club has granted permission to players Chitiya Mususu, Solomon Sakala and Ngosa Sunzu to attend trials outside the country.
Striker Mususu is currently in Slovenia attending trials for a month, defender Sakala is also out for a month in Portugal while midfielder Sunzu has been in Norway for two weeks with his trials coming to an end this weekend.
And in addition to Simon Nkhata who joined Napsa on loan from K-Stars, Napsa has also acquired services of defender Decrick Mwansa from Nkwazi football club who has signed a six-months loan deal and striker Augustine Maozeka from Kasama’s Kateshi Coffee Bullets football club who has signed a two-year contract deal with Napsa.
Other players obtained on two-year contract deals are Emmanuel Okutu from Ghanaian premier side, Bechem United, midfielder Clement Mundia from City of Lusaka FC and Bobo Kidimu from Real Nakonde.
Meanwhile the club has also loaned out midfielder Chisenga Lukembe for six month to Lumwana FC,midfielder Charles Yande, Mike Silavwe and Jean Paul Simaho all to City of Lusaka FC for six months.
Napsa Stars Football Club
Media and Public Relations Officer,
Gwen M. Chipasula